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WORCESTER ART MUSEUM 




AMERICAN PAINTING 
OF TO-DAY 



DECEMBER FIRST TO JANUARY FIFTEENTH 



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in 2013 



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EXHIBITION OF 

AMERICAN PAINTING 
OF TO-DAY 



DECEMBER 1 — JANUARY 15 

1933-34 



WORCESTER ART MUSEUM 

WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS 

U.S.A. 



COMMITTEE ON AWARDS 

JERE ABBOTT 
PERRY B. COTT 
HENRI G. MARCEAU 
FRANK C. SMITH, JR. 
FRANCIS HENRY TAYLOR 



I HE Committee for the Museum wishes to express its 
deep appreciation to the artists, collectors, and dealers 
mentioned in the catalogue whose generous co-operation 
has made this exhibition possible. 



FOREWORD 



NO single class, perhaps, has suffered in the past four years from the depres- 
sion to the extent that has the artist in America. Dependent, even in 
prosperity, upon the slim patronage of a small group of discriminating persons, 
the American painter has had to defend himself not only from the acute conse- 
quences of a general decline in wealth, but has also been forced to contend 
against a lingering propaganda from overseas. There is no tariff which he may 
impose nor is he able to benefit by any code or group of codes under the 
National Recovery Act. The hardships which he has borne during the past few 
years have had, however, a sobering and reflective effect upon his art. A defin- 
ite spiritual and intellectual growth has become apparent in American painting. 
Fundamental conceptions of form, line, color and technical accomplishment have 
taken the place of the petty rivalries between conservative and modernist fac- 
tions which from 1918 to 1928 destroyed all hope of developing a national 
school. Instead of a self-conscious modernism or academic protest the painter is 
now concerned with the expression of simple truths — poignant, intimate, often 
naive and utterly natural. The economic restrictions imposed from without have 
taught him the importance of sincerity and to recognize the beauty of his native 
environment. Thus a new and vital feeling is abroad in American painting of 
to-day — a "deflation," if you will, of the fatuousness of imported post-war cul- 
ture. The artist is striving to give to his work those qualities which Cezanne 
desired for modern art, the solidity and enduring quality of ancient art, of "the 
art of museums." But the artist of the twentieth century may create the "art of 
museums" only if the museums continue to encourage him. 

A traditional recognition of these responsibilities has led the Trustees to hold 
this year an exhibition of American painting. As evidence of their good faith 
they have appropriated a substantial sum for purchase prizes, the pictures se- 
lected to enter the permanent collection. Since its foundation in 1 896 the Wor- 
cester ArtMuseum has long been distinguished for its exhibitions of contempo- 



rary American painting. Starting with the fourth annual exhibition in 1901, cash 
prizes were awarded to the artists until 1910 when it was decided to purchase 
directly from the exhibition/ a custom which prevailed until the war. From 1926 
until 1930 annual exhibitions were again resumed, and many important paint- 
ings were added to the collection. Since that time lack of space in the old 
quarters and the difficulties presented by the building program have prevented 
their continuance. It is interesting to note that in prizes and direct purchases the 
Trustees have appropriated from general funds in the nearly forty years of the 
Museum's existence a total sum of not less than two hundred thousand dollars 
toward the support of living American artists. Such liberality, however, has not 
been at the expense of quality, for in the past they have had the courage to dis- 
card after a period of time certain of their less happy selections. Since all 
standards of perfection are arrived at through experience, it is in this spirit that 
the Worcester Art Museum is ready to co-operate with the increasing number 
of institutions dedicated to the purpose of giving the American painter a sympa- 
thetic hearing. 

FRANCIS HENRY TAYLOR, Director 



Worcester, December 1, 1933. 



CATALOGUE 

1 ARCHER, EDMUND Waitins for the Procession 
Born in Richmond, Virginia. Studied with Allen Tucker, K. H. Miller and at the Col- 
arossi Academy, Paris. Assistant Curator, Whitney Museum of Art. Awarded Third 
Wm. A. Clark Prize ($1000) and Corcoran Bronze Medal, 1930. Represented in im- 
portant recent exhibitions. Collection of the artist 

2 AUSTIN, A. EVERETT, Jr. The Zwinser, Dresden 
Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Graduated Harvard University,- studied in America 
and Europe. Director, Wadsworth Atheneum and Morgan Memorial, Hartford. 
Exhibited, Society of Independent Artists, Boston; Museum of Modern Art and 
Brummer Gallery. Collection: Mrs. R. M. Bissell 

3 AVERY, MILTON Chariot Race 
Studied with Charles Noel Flagg. Awarded Atheneum Prize, Connecticut Academy of 
Fine Arts, 1921; Logan Prize ($250), International Water Color Exhibition, Art Insti- 
tute of Chicago, 1931. Collection: Gallery 144 West 13th Street 

4 BATES, KENNETH The Bathers 
Painting at Mystic, Connecticut. Studied Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. 
Cresson Traveling Scholarship, 1920; Jennie Sesnan Gold Medal, 1928; Flagg 
Prize, Connecticut Academy, 1927; Downs Prize, New Haven Paint and Clay Club. 
Represented in public and private collections. Collection of the artist 

5 BAYLINSON, A. S. Flowers 
Born in Moscow. Studied with Henri. Represented in Newark Museum and Public 
Library, and New York University. Collection: Kraushaar Gallery 

6 BEAL, GIFFORD Tanya 

Born New York City. Many important awards since 1903. Represented in Metropoli- 
tan Museum of Art, Art Institute of Chicago, Detroit Institute of Arts, Whitney Museum 
and other public and private collections. Collection: Kraushaar Gallery 

7 BECKER, MAURICE Women of Mexico 
Born in Russia. Studied with Henri. Traveled in West Indies and Mexico. Exhibited 
frequently in America and Europe. Represented in numerous collections. 

Collection: Mrs. Benjamin B. Snow 

8 BENN, BEN Harlem Backyards 
Born in Russia. Studied at National Academy of Design. Member of Society of Modern 
Artists of America. Collection: Gallery 144 West 13th Street 

9 BENTON, THOMAS Cotton Loadin S/ Louisiana 
Bom in Missouri. Studied at Art Institute of Chicago and in Paris. Has taught at Bryn 
Mawr and Dartmouth Colleges, Art Students League and New School for Social Re- 
search, New York. Murals at New School for Social Research, Whitney Museum and 
Indiana Building, Century of Progress Exposition. Collection: Ferargil Gallery 

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CATALOGUE 

10 BERNSTEIN, THERESA F. Madonna 

Studied at Philadelphia School of Design for Women and Art Students League. Has 
received important awards. Represented in Phillips Memorial Gallery and Brooklyn 
Museum. Collection of the artist 

11 BIDDLE, GEORGE Flower 

Born in Philadelphia. Studied, Pennsylvania Academy, in Paris, and in Munich. Repre- 
sented in Metropolitan Museum of Art, Pennsylvania Academy, Newark Public Library, 
and Kaiser Friedrich Museum, Berlin. Collection: Rehn Gallery 

12 BLANCH, ARNOLD The Hunter 

Studied at Minneapolis School of Fine Arts and Art Students League. Awarded Harris 
Medal ($500), Art Institute of Chicago, 1929. Guggenheim Fellowship in Painting, 
1932. Represented in Whitney Museum and private collections. 

Collection: Rehn Gallery 

13 BLOCH, JULIUS The Cellist 

Born in Baden, Germany. Studied at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Repre- 
sented in Pennsylvania Academy, Whitney Museum, Little Gallery of Contemporary Art. 
Collection: Little Gallery of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia 

14 BOIS, GUY PENE DU Nanette in Sunday Clothes 

Studied at Chase School and in Paris under Steinlen. One-time art critic New York 
American,- New York Tribune, and New York Post. Exhibited first in Salon des Beaux- 
Arts, 1906, and since in many European and American cities. 

Collection: Kraushaar Gallery 

15 BOHAN, RUTH HARRIS Head of a Girl 

Studied at Kansas City Art Institute and with Randall Davey. Exhibited at Art Institute 
of Chicago, Kansas City Art Institute, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and in 
New York. Collection: Ferargil Gallery 

16 BORIE, ADOLPHE The Bather 

Born in Philadelphia. Studied at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and Munich 
Academy. Many important awards. Represented in Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine 
Arts and Metropolitan Museum of Art. Collection of the artist 

17 BOUCHE, LOUIS Stamford Gas Works 

Studied with Richard Miller, Simon, Menard and J. P. Laurens in Paris. Represented in 
the Century of Progress Exposition. Collection: The Downtown Gallery 



CATALOGUE 

18 BOYD, E. Hernandez Church 

Born in Philadelphia. Studied at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and in Europe. 
Has exhibited at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and the Little Gallery of 
Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, and in the Museum at Santa Fe, New Mexico. 

Collection of the artist 

19 BRACKMAN, ROBERT The Mask 

Born in Russia. Studied at National Academy of Design. Represented in the Rhode 
Island School of Design and the Brooklyn Museum. Collection: Macbeth Gallery 

20 BRANCHARD, EMILE Snow Landscape 
Born In New York. Has exhibited in the Salons of America. Represented in Newark 
Museum, New Jersey. Collection of Stephan Bourgeois 

21 BROCKMAN, ANN Northeaster 
Born in California. Studied at Art Students League under Luks, Sloan, McNulty and 
Beat. Collection: Macbeth Gallery 

22 BROOK, ALEXANDER Cecilia 

Born in New York. Studied with Hayes Miller. Awarded the Logan Prize ($2,500), 
Art Institute of Chicago,- second prize ($1,000) and Lehman purchase prize ($2,000), 
Carnegie International, 1^30,- Temple Gold Medal, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine 
Arts, 1931. Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship in Painting, 1931. Represented in the 
Whitney Museum and in the Art Institute of Chicago. Exhibited in the Century of 
Progress Exhibition. Collection: The Downtown Gallery 

23 BRUCE, EDWARD Power 

Awarded First Honorable Mention, Carnegie International Exhibition, 1929. Repre- 
sented in the Luxembourg, Paris and in the Phillips Memorial Gallery, Washington. 
Exhibited in the Century of Progress Exhibition. Collection: Milch Gallery 

24 BURCHFIELD, CHARLES Rainy Night 

Studied at Cleveland School of Art Has received important awards. Represented in 
the Brooklyn Museum, in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Cleveland Museum of 
Art, The Albright Gallery, Buffalo, The Museum of Modern Art, The Whitney Museum, 
The Phillips Memorial Gallery, and others. Exhibited in the Century of Progress 
Exhibition. Collection: Rehn Gallery 

25 BURLIN, PAUL Landscape with House 
Born in New York. Studied in England and in the southwest of America. Has painted 

in Paris. Collection: Milch Gallery 

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CATALOGUE 

26 BURROUGHS, BRYSON Princess and the Swineherd 

Studied at Art Students League and with Merson, Julian, and Puvis de Orava/ines, in 
Paris. Has received important awards. Curator of paintings, Metropolitan Museum of 
Arts. Represented in the Brooklyn Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Art 
Institute of Chicago, The Luxembourg, Paris, and other collections. 

Collection: Macbeth Gallery 

27 BYARD, DOROTHY (MRS. JOHN) Portrait of Alexander' Couard 
Bom in Germantown, Pennsylvania. Studied at Julian Academy in Paris. Now painting 

in Silvermine, Connecticut. Collection of the artist 

28 CARLES, ARTHUR B. Still Life 

Bom in Philadelphia. Studied at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Awarded 
Logan Medal, Art Institute of Chicago, 1928 and the Temple Gold Medal, 1930. 

Collection of the artist 

29 CHAMBERS, CHRISTINE (GRAY) Portrait of a Woman 

Born in Philadelphia. Studied at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and'in Paris. 
Has exhibited in Philadelphia, New York and other cities. Represented in many pri- 
vate collections. Collection of the artist 

30 CHAPIN, JAMES Geor 3 e Marvin and His Daughter Edith 
Studied with De Vriendt, Antwerp Royal Academy. Awarded the Logan Medal 
($750), Art Institute of Chicago, 1927, and the popular prize, Carnegie International 
Exhibition, 1930. Exhibited in the Century of Progress Exhibition. 

Collection: Macbeth Gallery 

31 CHATTERTON, CLARENCE House on the Cliff 

Studied with Chase, Henri, Miller, Mora and Du Mond in New York. Awarded 
Isador Prize, Salmagundi Club, 1913. Professor of Art, Vassar College.' Repre- 
sented in the Taylor Hall Art Gallery, Vassar College. Collection: Macbeth Gallery 

32 CHILD, CHARLES Portrait of Rosemary 

Harvard College graduate. Ten years ago began intensive period of study and experi- 
mentation in various media — taking him to many countries in both the Orient and the 
Occident. Returned to States in 1930, now residing Lumberville, Penna. Illustrated 
"A Book of Americans" by Rosemary and Stephen Vincent Benet. 

Collection: Stephen Vincent Benet 

33 CIKOVSKY, NICOLAI Girl Before Mirror 

Studied in Russia. Awarded Norman Waite Harris Bronze Medal, Art Institute of 
Chicago, 1932 and Logan Purchase Prize ($1,500), Art Institute of Chicago, 1933. 
Represented in Art Institute of Chicago, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, City 
Art Museum of St. Louis, Phillips Exeter Academy and many private collections. 
Exhibited in the Century of Progress Exhibition. Collection: The Downtown Gallery 

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CATALOGUE 

34 COGGESHALL, CALVERT Landscape with Railroad Bridge 

Studied architecture at the University of Pennsylvania. One-man exhibition at the 
Lyman Allyn Museum. Now living in Pittsfield, Mass. Collection of the artist 

35 CONNAWAY, JAY H. Snow and Surf 

Studied at Art Students League. Awarded Hallgarten Prize ($200), National Academy 
of Design, 1926. Represented in the John Herron Institute, Indianapolis, in the Cana- 
joharie Art Gallery and other collections. Collection: Macbeth Gallery 

36 COUARD, ALEXANDER Rising Clouds 

Born in New York. Studied at Art Students League and at Independent Art School and 
under Homer Boss. Has painted in New England, the southwest and in Europe. 

Collection of the artist 

37 CURRY, JOHN STEUART Elephants 

Studied with Norton, Reynolds, and Shoukhieff. Awarded Second Prize ($1,000) 
Carnegie International Exhibition 1933. Represented in the Whitney Museum. Exhib- 
ited in the Century of Progress Exhibition. Collection: Ferargil Gallery 

38 DAVIS, JAMES E. Blue Acrobat 

Studied with Andre L'hote in Paris. One-man exhibitions in New York 1930-1932. 

Collection of the artist 

39 DAVIS, STUART Garage Lights 

Studied with Henri. Represented in the Los Angeles Museum, Whitney Museum, Penn- 
sylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Phillips Memorial Gallery, Newark Museum and 
many private collections. Collection: The Downtown Gallery 

40 DEMUTH, CHARLES Buildin 3 s 

Studied at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and in Paris. Awarded Silver Medal, 
Sesqui-Centennial Exposition, 1926. Represented in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 
Art Institute of Chicago, Fogg Art Museum, Brooklyn Museum, Cleveland Museum, 
Phillips Memorial Gallery and many others. Collection: The Downtown Gallery 

41 EATON, DOROTHY Spring Flowers 

Studied at Art Students League under Hayes Miller. Has exhibited in the Corcoran 
Gallery, Art Institute of Chicago, and in art galleries in New York. 

Collection of the artist 

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CATALOGUE 

42 ETNIER, STEPHEN Mackerel Cove 

Studied at School of the Fine Arts, Yale University, and Pennsylvania Academy of the 
Fine Arts. Traveled extensively in South and Central America and Europe. Exhibited in 
the Century of Prosress Exhibition. Collection: Milch Gallery 

43 FARNSWORTH, JERRY Irene 

Studied with Hawthorne. Awarded Second Prize, Washington Society of Artists, 
1924; Third Hallsarten Prize, National Academy of Design, 1925/ Hallgarten Prize 
($100), 1927, and Golden State Prize ($500), Grand Central Galleries, 1928. Repre- 
sented in Delgado Museum, New Orleans and Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. 
Exhibited in the Century of Progress Exhibition. 

Collection: The Anchorage Gallery, Provincetown 

44 FIENE, ERNEST Under The Brooklyn Bridge 

Studied at National Academy of Design and Art Students League. Represented in the 
Whitney Museum, Phillips Memorial Gallery, Newark Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, 
Boston, Los Angeles Museum, Fogg Art Museum and in private collections. 

Collection: The Downtown Gallery 

45 FORD, LAUREN Piazza San Pietro 

Studied with Bridgman and Du Mond. Exhibited in the Century of Progress Exhibition. 

Collection: Ferargil Gallery 

46 FOSHKO, JOSEF Market Day 

Studied in Russia and Paris. Now painting in New York. Exhibited in the National 
Exposition organized by Rodin in Paris. Collection: Gallery 144 West 13th St. 

47 FREE, KARL Epiphany 

Bom in Iowa. Studied at Tri-City Art League under Hermon More and at Art Students 
League under Tucker, Robinson and Hayes Miller, 1923. Painted in Europe 1928-29. 
Curator of Graphic Art, Whitney Museum. Collection: Kraushaar Gallery 

48 FRIESEKE, FREDERICK Half-Nude 

Studied at Art Institute of Chicago, Art Students League and with Constant, Laurens 
and Whistler in Paris. Has received important awards since 1904. Represented in the 
Luxembourg, Paris, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Art Institute of Chicago, Modern 
Gallery of Venice, Museum of Odessa and many other museums and private collections. 

Collection: Macbeth Gallery 

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CATALOGUE 

49 GANSO, EMILE Breakfast 

Born in Germany. Represented in the Whitney Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 
New York Public Library, Denver Art Museum, Los Angeles Museum, Portland Art 
Association and Worcester Art Museum. Collection: Weyhe Gallery 

50 GLACKENS, WILLIAM J. Bal Martinique 

Studied at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and in Europe. Has received impor- 
tant awards since 1901. Represented in the Los Angeles Museum, Metropolitan 
Museum of Art, Whitney Museum, Art Institute of Chicago, Detroit Institute of Arts 
and others. Collection: Kraushaar Galleries 

51 GOLDTHWAITE, ANNE Two Girls 

Studied at National Academy of Design, Academie Moderne in Paris. Awarded 
McMillin Landscape Prize ($100), National Association of Women Painters, 1915, 
and Bronze Medal for Etching, Panama Pacific Exposition, 191 5. Represented in Library 
of Congress, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Public Library, Bibliotheque 
Nationale, Paris and elsewhere. Exhibited in the Century of Progress Exhibition. 

Collection: The Downtown Gallery 

52 GOTTLIEB, HARRY Interior 

Born in Roumania, 1895. Studied at Minneapolis School of Art. Awarded Honorable 
Mention, Art Institute of Chicago, 1930. Painting in Woodstock. Exhibited in the 
Century of Progress Exhibition. Collection: Milch Gallery 

53 HARTLEY, MARSDEN New En S land Still Life 
Studied with Du Mond, Mora and at the Chase School. Awarded Guggenheim 
Fellowship in Painting, 1930. Represented in Phillips Memorial Gallery. Exhibited in 
the Century of Progress Exhibition. Collection: The Downtown Gallery 

54 HARTMAN, BERTRAM Still Life with Flowers 

Studied at Art Institute of Chicago, in Munich and in Paris. Represented in the Brooklyn 
Museum and Whitney Museum. Collection of the artist 

55 HIRSCH, STEFAN New En S land Town 
Studied with Hamilton Easter Field. Represented in Newark Museum, Phillips Me- 
morial Gallery and Worcester Art Museum. Collection: Worcester Art Museum 

56 HOLZHAUER, EMIL Fi S ure Composition 
Studied with Henri and Homer Boss. Awarded Logan Medal ($500), International 
Water Color Exhibition, Art Institute of Chicago, 1930. Represented in Art Institute of 
Chicago, Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, Dudley Allen Memorial Gallery, Oberlin, 
Ohio. Exhibited in the Century of Progress Exhibition. Collection of the artist 

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CATALOGUE 

57 HOPPER, EDWARD Life Guard Station 

Studied with Henri, Hayes Miller and Chase. Has received important awards since 
1923. Represented in Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, Whitney 
Museum, Phillips Memorial Gallery, British Museum and many others. Exhibited in the 
Century of Progress Exhibition. One-man exhibition at Museum of Modern Art, 1933. 

Collection: Rehn Gallery 

58 HORTER, EARL Gloucester Harbor 

Born in Philadelphia. Studied in museums of America and Europe. Has received many 
awards for his etchings and water colors. Represented in the Pennsylvania Academy of 
the Fine Arts, Art Institute of Chicago, Whitney Museum and private collections. In- 
structor in the Graphic Sketch Club and Pennsylvania Museum School of Industrial Art. 

Collection of the artist 

59 HUMANN; O. VICTOR Silver Silence 
Studied at Art Institute of Chicago, Art Students League, Columbia University and with 
Arthur Dow. Instructor in drawing and painting at the Worcester Art Museum School. 

Collection of the artist 

60 INGERSOLL, ANNA WARREN The Trade Wind 

Studied at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and in Paris. Now painting in 
Philadelphia. Collection of the artist 

61 JONES, JOE American Justice 
Has received no formal training,- house painter by trade. Awarded prize ($200), 
Artists Guild of St. Louis, 1933. One-man exhibition, Artists Guild of St. Louis, 1933. 

Collection of the artist 

62 JUNKIN, MARION Southern Courtship 
Born in Virginia. Studied with George Luks. Collection: Ferargil Gallery 

63 KANE, JOHN Scotch Day, Kennywood 

Bom in Scotland. House painter. Awarded prize ($250), Associated Artists of Pitts- 
burgh. Has exhibited in Carnegie International Exhibitions and in New York. 

Collection: Gallery 144 West 13th Street 

64 KAESELAU, CHARLES Portrait of Young Woman 
Studied with Hawthorne. Represented in Zachau Gallery, Uddevalla, Sweden, and in 
Provincetown Art Museum. Collection: The Anchorage Gallery, Provincetown 

65 KANTOR, MORRIS Colonial Interior (See Cover) 
Studied with Homer Boss. Awarded First Prize ($500), and Logan Medal, Art Institute 

of Chicago, 1931. Exhibited in the Century of Progress Exhibition. 

Collection: Rehn Gallery 

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CATALOGUE 

66 KARFIOL, BERNARD Miss B. N. 

Painting in New York. Awarded Honorable Mention, Pan-American Exhibition, Los 
Angeles, 1925, Honorable Mention, Carnegie International Exhibition, 1927, W. A. 
Clark First Prize and Corcoran Gold Medal, Washington, 1928. Represented in Cor- 
coran Gallery, Phillips Memorial Gallery, Washington, Newark Museum, Los Angeles 
Museum, Museum of Modern Art and Whitney Museum. 

Collection: The Downtown Gallery 

67 KELLY, LEON Landscape 

Born in Philadelphia. Studied at Pennsylvania Museum School of Industrial Art and at 
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Later studied with Carles and five years in 
Europe. Collection: Little Gallery of Contemporary Art., Philadelphia 

68 'KENT, ROCKWELL Lobster Fishermen 

Born Jarrytown Heights, New York. Studied with Chase, Henri, Hayes Miller and 
Thayer. Widely known as painter, explorer, and illustrator. Has received many im- 
portant awards. Represented in Metropolitan Museum of Art, Brooklyn Museum and 
other collections. Collection: Weyhe Gallery 

69 KING, HENRIETTA Winnie The Poo's Party 

Has received no formal training. Has exhibited with the New England Society for 
Contemporary Art and in New York. Collection of the artist 

70 KLITGAARD, GEORGINA Sprins Mornins 

Born Spuyten Duyvil, N. Y. Awarded Honorable Mention, Carnegie International Ex- 
hibition, 1928. Represented in Whitney Museum, Chicago Art Institute, Toledo Mu- 
seum of Art, Brooklyn Museum and Cleveland Museum of Art.Collection:Rehn Gallery 

71 KNATHS, KARL The Cock's Domain 

Painting in Provincebown, Mass., Studied Art Institute of Chicago. Awarded Harris 
Silver Medal, ($500), Art Institute of Chicago, 1928, Boston Tercentenary Fine Arts 
Medal, 1930. Represented in Phillips Memorial Gallery, Washington, and Gallery of 
Living Art, New York University. Collection: The Downtown Gallery 

72 KROLL, LEON Dorshka 

Born New York. Studied at the Art Students League and National Academy of Design 
and with Laurens in Paris. Awarded more than twenty important prizes and repre- 
sented in the major galleries and collections of this country. Collection: Milch Gallery 

73 KUNIYOSHI, YASUO Circus Girl 

Born Okayama, Japan. Painting in New York. Studied with Hayes Miller. Awarded 
Honorable Mention and Allegheny County Garden Club Prize, Carnegie International 
Exhibition, 1931. Collection: The Downtown Gallery 

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CATALOGUE 

74 LAHEY, RICHARD FRANCIS Tony Mattel 

Bom in Jersey City. Studied with Bridgman, Henri and Hayes Miller. Awarded 
Tuthill Prize, Art Institute, Chicago, 1925, Beck Gold Medal, Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts, 1929. Represented in Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Brook- 
lyn Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art and Detroit Institute of Arts. 

Collection: Kraushaar Gallery 

75 LAUFMAN, SIDNEY Edge of the Field 

Born in Cleveland. Studied at Art Institute of Chicago, Art Students League and in 
Paris. Collection: The Downtown Gallery 

16 LAWLESS, CARL The Path of Light 

Born in Illinois. Painting at Mystic, Conn. Studied at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine 
Arts and Chicago Academy of Fine Arts. Awarded Cresson Traveling Scholarship, 
Pennsylvania Academy, 1922, and frequent prizes thereafter. Represented in 
National Academy of Design, Springfield (Mass.) Art Association, Art Institute of Chi- 
cago and other collections. Collection of the artist 

77 LAWSON, ERNEST Central Park 

Born in California. Studied in Kansas City, Art Students League and in Paris. Awarded 
Silver Medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904, and frequent important prizes thereafter. 
Represented in Metropolitan Museum of Art, Brooklyn Museum, City Art Museum of 
St. Louis and in many public and private collections. Collection: Ferargil Gallery 

78 LEE, DORIS Washington Square 

Painting in Woodstock. Exhibited in the Whitney Biennial Exhibition, 1932-33. 

Collection of the Museum, Rhode Island School of Design 

79 LIE, JONAS On Somes Sound 

Born in Norway. Studied at National Academy of Design and Art Students League. 
Awarded Silver Medal, St. Louis Exposition, 1904, and many other important prizes. 
Represented in Metropolitan Museum of Art, Detroit Institute, Art Institute of Chicago, 
Luxembroug, Paris, and many other institutions in this country and in Europe. 

Collection: Macbeth Gallery 

80 UNDENMUTH, TOD Fishermen in Winter 
Painting in Provincetown. Studied with Henri, Webster and Brown. Represented in 
Toledo Museum of Art, Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, Pennsylvania Academy of 
the Fine Arts and New York Public Library. 

Collection: The Anchorage Gallery, Provincetown 

81 LITTLEFIELD, WILLIAM New En S land Harbor Scene 
Born in Roxbury, Massachusetts. Studied in Europe. Influenced by Segonzac and 
Moreau. Exhibited in Paris and in one-man exhibitions at the Baltimore Art Museum, 
Detroit and New York. Represented in important private collections. 

Collection: Worcester Art Museum, Gift of Whitney N. Morgan 

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CATALOGUE 

82 LUCIONI, LUIGI Old Elm, Tabor Hill 
Born in Italy. Studied in New York. Awarded Bronze Medal, Tiffany Foundation/ 
1928, Medal of Honor/ Allied Artists of America/ New York, 1929. Represented in 
Metropolitan Museum of Art, Whitney Museum, and Hamilton College. 

Collection: Ferargil Gallery 

83 LUKS, GEORGE Fortune Teller 
Bom in Pennsylvania. Studied at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Dusseldorf 
Academy, in Paris and in London. Awarded many important prizes. Represented in the 
larger galleries and collections of this country. Collection: Kraushaar Gallery 

84 MaclNTOSH, MARIAN T. Irish Gypsies 
Born in Ireland. Studied in Munich with Heinrich Knirr and with Henry Snell at 
Gloucester. Awarded Gold Medal, Philadelphia Plastic Club, 1922, Prize for Best 
Landscape, Exhibition of National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors, 1927. 
Exhibited in Art Institute of Chicago, National Academy of Design, Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts and Corcoran Biennial. One-man exhibitions in New York, 
Philadelphia and Washington. Collection of the artist 

85 McCARTER, HENRY Twili S ht and Moonlight 

Born in Pennsylvania. Studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts under 
Eakins, and with Puvis de Chavannes, Toulouse-Lautrec, and Bonnat in Paris. Has re- 
ceived important awards since 1905. Illustrator for Scribners, Century and other maga- 
zines. Formerly instructor at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. 

Collection: Mr. and Mrs. Robert McLean 

86 McFEE, HENRY L Red Apples 

Born in St. Louis. Awarded Kohnstamm prize, Art Institute of Chicago, 1929. Repre- 
sented in Phillips Memorial Gallery, Corcoran Gallery, Brooklyn Museum, Cleveland 
Museum of Art, Albright Gallery, Detroit Institute of Arts and other collections. Ex- 
hibited in the Century of Progress Exhibition. Collection: Rehn Gallery 

87 MANGRAVITE, PEPPINO Fish 

Born in Italy. Studied with E. Guastini. Awarded Gold Medal, Sesqui-centennial, 
1926. Represented in Phillips Memorial Gallery and Whitney Museum. Instructor at 
Sarah Lawrence College. Exhibited in the Century of Progress Exhibition. 

Collection: Rehn Gallery 

88 MARIN, JOHN White Mountains, Autumn 

Born in New Jersey. Studied at Art Students League and Pennsylvania Academy of the 
Fine Arts. Represented in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Brooklyn Museum, San 
Francisco Museum and Phillips Memorial Gallery. Collection: An American Place 

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CATALOGUE 

89 MARSH, REGINALD New Gotham Burlesk 

Born in Paris. Studied at Art Students League under Hayes Miller. Has worked as 
illustrator for Vanity Fair, Harper's Bazaar and New Yorker. Has designed theatre 
curtains for productions in New York and Provincetown. Exhibited in the Century of 
Progress Exhibition. Collection: Rehn Gallery 

90 MATTSON, HENRY Landscape 
Born in Sweden. Studied at Worcester Art Museum School. Awarded Harris Medal 
($500), Art Institute of Chicago, 1931. Represented in Phillips Memorial Gallery, 
Municipal Art Gallery, Davenport, Iowa, and Whitney Museum. 

Collection: Rehn Gallery 

91 MEYEROWITZ, WILLIAM Up the Hill to Nowhere 

Born in Russia. Studied at National Academy of Design. Awarded Honorable Men- 
tion, Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts, 1923. Represented in Phillips Memorial 
Gallery, Albright Gallery and Brooklyn Museum. Exhibited in the Century of Progress 
Exhibition. Collection of the artist 

92 MILLER, KENNETH HAYES Department Store 
Studied at Art Students League under Mowbray and Cox and at New York School of 
Art under Chase. Represented in Los Angeles Museum, Phillips Memorial Gallery, 
Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art and Whitney Museum. Instruc- 
tor, Art Students League. Exhibited in the Century of Progress Exhibition. 

Collection: Rehn Gallery 

93 MILLER, RICHARD E. Nude 

Born in St. Louis. Studied at St. Louis School of Fine Arts and with Constant and 
Laurens in Paris. Many important awards since 1900. Represented in the Luxembourg, 
Paris, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gallery of Modern Art, Rome, and in many other 
museums in America and Europe. Collection: The Anchorage Gallery, Provincetown 

94 MOFFETT, ROSS E. Old Church, South Truro 
Born in Ireland. Studied at Art Students League, Art Institute of Chicago, and with 
Hawthorne. Awarded Silver Medal, Art Institute of Chicago, 1918, first Hallgarten 
prize, National Academy of Design, 1921, Honorable Mention, Carnegie International 
Exhibition, 1921, French Memorial Gold Medal, Art Institute of Chicago, 1927, and 
First Medal, San Francisco Art Association, 1931. Represented in the Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts, Albright Gallery and other collections. 

Collection: The Anchorage Gallery, Provincetown 

95 MORE, HERMON Approaching Storm, Mississippi 
Curator, Whitney Museum. Collection: Rehn Gallery 

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96 O'KEEFE, GEORGIA The White Flower 
Born in Wisconsin. Studied with Chase, Vanderpoel and Dow. Represented in Phillips 
Memorial Gallery, Brooklyn Museum, Cleveland Museum and Whitney Museum. 

Collection: An American Place 

97 POLLET, JOSEPH Interior 

Born in Switzerland. Studied at Art Students League under Sloan. Awarded Honor- 
able Mention, Carnegie International Exhibition, 1929. Represented in Phillips Me- 
morial Gallery, Los AngelesMuseum, Newark Museum, Gallery of Living Art and other 
Collections. Exhibited in the Century of Progress Exhibition. 

Collection: The Downtown Gallery 

98 POOR, HENRY VARNUM Still Life 

Born in Kansas. Studied at Slade's School and with Walter Sickert in London, and at 
Julian Academy in Paris. Awarded Walter Purchase Prize ($300), San Francisco Art 
Association, 1918, Third Prize($500), Carnegie International Exhibition, 1933. Repre- 
sented in Metropolitan Museum of Art. Exhibited in the Century of Progress Exhibition. 

Collection: Rehn Gallery 

99 PORSMAN, FRANZ Still Life 

Born in Worcester. Studied at one time at Worcester Art Museum School. Now en- 
gaged as house painter. Collection of the artist 

100 PRICE, M. ELIZABETH Morning on the Grande Place— Bru S es 

Born in West Virginia. Studied at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Exhibited at 
Springfield (Mass.) Museum of Fine Arts, 1933. Collection: Ferargil Gallery 

101 REINDEL, EDNA At the Docks 

Born in Detroit, Michigan. Now painting in New York. Collection: Macbeth Gallery 

102 RITMAN, LOUIS Solitaire 

Studied with Chase, Vanderpoel and W. J. Reynolds. Awarded Silver Medal, Panama 
Pacific Exposition, 1915, Hallgarten Prize, National Academy of Design, 1918, and 
Logan Prize, Art Institute of Chicago, 1930. Represented in Chicago Municipal Art 
League and Des Moines Gallery, Des Moines, Iowa. Exhibited in the Century of 
Progress Exhibition. Collection: Milch Gallery 

103 ROHLAND, PAUL Bouquet 
Born in Virginia. Studied with Henri. Has exhibited in Art Institute of Chicago, 
Brooklyn Museum, Newark Museum and Barnes Foundation. Collection: Rehn Gallery 

104 ROMANO, UMBERTO The Hunter 
Born in Italy. Studied at National Academy of Design. Awarded Honorable Mention, 
1928/ and Peabody Prize; Art Institute of Chicago, 1930/ Art Guild Medal, Tiffany 
Foundation, 1930/ First Prize Springfield Art League, 1931 and others. 

Collection: Worcester Art Museum 

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105 ROSEN, CHARLES Villa S e Houses 

Born in Pennsylvania. Studied with Chase, Du Mond and F. C. Jones. Has received 
many important awards. Represented in City Art Museum, St. Louis, Minneapolis 
Institute of Arts and other museums. Collection: Rehn Gallery 

106 SAMPLE, PAUL Church Supper 

Born in California. Studied with Jonas Lie. Awarded Honorable Mention, Art Fel- 
lowship Club, 1930,- First Prize, Los Angeles Museum, 1930; Keith-Spaulding Prize, 
California Art Club, 1930 and second Hallgarten Prize, National Academy of Design, 
1931. Collection: Springfield Museum of Fine Arts 

107 SARFF, WALTER The Leaf 

Born in Illinois. Studied at National Academy of Arts, Chicago, and Grand Central 
School of Art. Has exhibited in Grand Central Art Galleries, Woodstock Gallery and 
Orange Park, Florida. Collection of the artist 

108 SAVAGE, MARGUERITE D. Portrait of Maxwell Savase 

Painting in Worcester. Studied with Messer and Morse in Washington and in Brussels 
and in Paris, under Richard Miller. Has illustrated for Harper's and other magazines. 
Has exhibited in Cleveland, New York and Washington. Collection of the artist 

109 SCHMIDT, KATHERINE Travesty 

Born in Ohio. Studied with Hayes Miller. Paints in New York and Woodstock. 

Collection: The Downtown Gallery 

110 SCHNAKENBERG, HENRY The Fertile Valley 

Studied with Hayes Miller. Represented in Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 
San Francisco Museum, Wadsworth Athenaeum, Whitney Museum and other col- 
lections. Exhibited in the Century of Progress Exhibition. 

Collection: Kraushaar Gallery 

111 SCOTT, CHARLOTTE H. La Corse 

Born in Worcester, Massachusetts. Studied at Worcester Art Museum School, with 
L'hote and Leger in Paris and with Hofmann in Munich. Exhibited in Salon des 
Printemps in Paris, 1930, and in the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. 

Collection of the artist 

112 SHEELER, CHARLES View of New York 
Born in Philadelphia. Studied at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts under Chase. 
Represented in Fogg Art Museum, Gallery of Living Art, Cleveland Museum, Art 
Institute of Chicago, Phillips Memorial Gallery, Whitney Museum and many other 
collections. Exhibited in the Century of Progress Exhibition. 

Collection: The Downtown Gallery 

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113 SIMKHOVITCH, SIMKHA Yellow Flowers 
Born in Russia. Studied at Royal Academy of Russia, Leningrad. Awarded First 
Prize by First Soviet Government, 1918. Represented in Museum of the Winter 
Palace, Leningrad, Museum of Art, Leningrad, and Krakow Museum, Poland. 

Collection: Milch Gallery 

114 SLOAN, JOHN Yolanda in Gray Tippet 
Painter, illustrator and etcher. Has received important awards since 1905. Repre- 
sented in Metropolitan Museum of Art, Brooklyn Museum, Phillips Memorial Gallery, 
Detroit Institute of Arts, Cincinnati Museum and many others. Exhibited in the Cen- 
tury of Progress Exhibition. Collection: Kraushaar Gallery 

1 1 5 SMITH, JUDSON Portrait of My Daughter 

Studied with Twachtman and Kenyon Cox. First Prize, Detroit Institute of Arts, 1926, 
and First Honorable Mention, Carnegie International Exhibition, 1931. Executed 
murals for building of Detroit Free Press. Represented in Whitney Museum. Exhibited 
in the Century of Progress Exhibition. Collection of the artist 

116 SOYER, MOSES Emma 

Bom in Russia. Studied at National Academy of Design, Cooper Union and Educa- 
tional Alliance which awarded him a scholarship abroad. Represented in Los 
Angeles Museum, Whitney Museum and private collections. 

Collection: Gallery 144 West 13th Street 

117 SPEICHER, EUGENE, Yellow Shawl 

Studied in Buffalo and Europe. Has received many important awards since 1911. 
Represented in Metropolitan Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum,. Albright Gallery, 
Phillips Memorial Gallery, Brooklyn Museum, Detroit Institute of Arts, Fogg Art 
Museum and many other collections. Exhibited in the Century of Progress Exhibition. 
Collection: Worcester Art Museum, Gift of Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney 

118 SPEIGHT, FRANCIS Cemetery View 

Born in North Carolina. Studied at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Awarded 
Cresson Traveling Scholarship, 1925. Represented in Metropolitan Museum of Art, 
Toronto Art Gallery and Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Exhibited in the 
Century of Progress Exhibition. Collection: Milch Gallery 

119 SPENCER, NILES Seated Fi S ure 

Studied at Rhode Island School of Design and in New York and in Paris. Represented 
in Newark Museum, Phillips Memorial Gallery, and Albright Gallery. 

Collection: The Downtown Gallery 

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120 STERNE, MAURICE Plum Girl 

Born in Russia. Studied at National Academy of Design. Traveled extensively in 
Europe. Awarded Logan Medal ($750). Art Institute of Chicago, 1928, First Clark 
Prize 1928 ($2,000), Corcoran Biennial, 1930. Represented in Metropolitan Museum 
of Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Rhode Island School of Design and many other 
collections. Monument to "The Early New England Settlers" at Worcester. Exhibited 
in the Century of Progress Exhibition. Collection: Milch Gallery 

121 TEIGEN, PETER Apples and Glass 

Studied architecture at Harvard University. Awarded Robert Bacon Fellowship in 
painting and worked with Jacovleff and Schoukaieff in Paris. Awarded Prize, 
Boston Architectural Society and Medal, Norse-American Centennial. Professor of 
Architecture, Princeton University. Collection of the artist 

122 THURN, ERNEST Still Life 

Born in Chicago. Studied at Art Institute of Chicago, Julian Academy, Paris, and 
Royal Academy, Munich. Director of the Thurn School of Modern Art, Gloucester, 
Massachusetts. Collection: Grace Home Galleries 

123 TONSBERG, GERTRUDE Skunk Cabbage 

Born in Boston. Studied at Massachusetts School of Art and School of the Museum of 
Fine Arts, Boston. Has exhibited in Boston and Philadelphia. Collection of the artist 

124 TUCKER, ALLEN The Burial 

Studied at Columbia University and Art Students League. Represented in Rhode Island 
School of Design, Brooklyn Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Albright Gallery, 
and Phillips Memorial Gallery, Instructor, Art Students League. 

Collection: Rehn Gallery 

125 TYSON, CARROLL S. Maine Landscape 

Born in Philadelphia. Studied at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and in 
Munich. Awarded Sesnan Gold Medal, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 
1915, Bronze Medal, Panama Pacific Exposition, 1915, and Gold Medal, Philadelphia 
Art Club, 1930. Represented in Philadelphia Art Club and Pennsylvania State Col- 
lege. Exhibited in the Century of Progress Exhibition. Collection of the artist 

126 WALKOWITZ, ABRAHAM Rest 

Studied at National Academy of Design and Julian Academy in Paris. Represented in 
Los Angeles Museum, Newark Museum, Whitney Museum and private collections. 

Collection: The Downtown Gallery 

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127 WEBER, MAX Winter Landscape 
Studied at Pratt Institute and Julian Academy in Paris. Awarded Potter Palmer Prize 
($1,000), Art Institute of Chicago, 1928. Represented in Detroit Institute of Arts, 
Brooklyn Museum, Cleveland Museum, Newark Museum, Phillips Memorial Gallery, 
Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts and many other public and private collections. One- 
man exhibition, Museum of Modern Art. Exhibited in the Century of Progress Ex- 
hibition. Collection: The Downtown Gallery 

128 WOOD, GRANT Landscape 
Born in Iowa. Studied at Art Institute of Chicago and Julian Academy in Paris. 
Awarded Harris Bronze Medal ($300), Art Institute of Chicago, 1930. Has executed 
murals in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Represented in Art Institute of Chicago, Nebraska Art 
Association and Art Institute of Omaha. Exhibited in the Century of Progress Ex- 
hibition. Collection: Ferargil Gallery 

129 WOODWARD, HILDEGARDE The Masquerader 

Born in Worcester. Studied at School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and inde- 
pendently in Paris. Has exhibited at Grace Home Galleries, Boston, and at Marie 
Sterner Gallery, New York. Collection of the artist 

130 ZORACH, MARGUERITE Old Mrs. Smith 

Born in California. Studied in this country and abroad. Awarded Logan Medal, Art 
Institute of Chicago and Silver Medal, Panama Pacific Exposition. Represented in 
Whitney Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Los Angeles Museum and other 
collections. Exhibited in the Century of Progress Exhibition. 

Collection: The Downtown Gallery 

131 ZUCKER, JACQUES Still Life 

Collection: Ferargil Gallery 



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